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WASHINGTON– U.S. Army soldiers in Afghanistan will receive hand-held lie detectors in efforts to save American lives by screening local police officers, interpreters and allied forces. The Department of Defense hopes that these detectors, while not always accurate, will help narrow the list of suspects after roadside bombings and detect who will be granted access to U.S. military bases. For more details, click here and return back to comment.

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